Dental Face Lift


Teeth support facial muscles. With age, these muscles lose their tone and sag.

At the same time, teeth become shorter and less translucent and lose part of their enamel, while the supporting bone structure may decrease in volume following gum disease, such as periodontitis. All this finally affects the face.

We can restore the support the face needs, by first restoring the teeth in such a way that they should resemble their initial condition; then, the vertical dimension should also be corrected if damaged. (dental face lift).

Along with a dazzling smile, we can now also: make the lips look fuller; smoothen out the wrinkles on smokers' upper lips (perioral lines) and laugh lines (nasolabial and nasomaxillary folds); and bring out the cheekbones.